Rainer Wawrzik

“Freeze Breaker, dealing with bad childhood experiences in mental space” 

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Presentation description:

If bad experiences are made in childhood, these traumatic experiences ensure that "tormentors" are manifested and integrated as independent child-appropriate personality parts in the mental system.

Child-appropriate means that adult "tormentors" also receive the current age of the experiencing child as a manifestation in the mental space. A so-called "freezing" of this manifestation takes place. The experienced is not mentally processed and archived but actively held in front so that the mental system can remain constantly on alert. One could also formulate: The child must never forget what he has experienced so that he can always be on guard. A behavioral strategy is established for the rest of your life.

I present my approach to targeting this forced state in mental space and helping my clients change it.


Rainer Wawrzik started as a specialist in software development for mainframe systems. He worked as a department manager and major project manager at a financial institute. To expand his leadership skills, he completed training as a systemic executive coach and becomes an NLP Master. Further training e.g. with John Grinder in NLP, Steve Gilligan in Trance-Work, Gunther Schmidt in Hypno-Systemic Concepts, and Lucas Derks in Social Panorama. He is a certified Scrum Master and accompanies as a change agent and business coach. In addition to his employment, he works as a freelance personal, business, and executive coach. As a trainer (e.g. at Steinbeis University Berlin), he trains coaches in change techniques, some of which he develops himself. In doing so, he always combines the principles of Mental Space Psychology with a wide variety of methods. MSP has become the firm foundation of his methods.

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